all right, a 103-point gain today. we haven't repeated a gain in weeks. some folks think we're in trouble. are we? tomorrow. i'm greg gutfeld with kimberly guilfoyle and "the five." good news. the paris climate thing was a smash. hmm, i wonder if captain planet said this agreement represents the best chance we have to save the one planet we've got and believers this moment could be a turning point for the world. >> this agreement represents the best chance we've had to save the one planet that we've got. so i believe this moment can be a turning point for the world. >> and it appears the media in the observer room hated it.
[ cheers and applause ] >> i was wrong. it's like they won a car on oprah. and you wonder why terrorists enter america unnoticed. it's because these dolts are too obsessed with celsius to see the real threat. but they still fester in the campus swamp where violence is a means of the powerless. so while these fools whoop it up, our government won't reveal social media posts for people applying for visas here. they stop vetting for potential terrorists and so we die. and what about drywall with botox? >> i think it sends a very powerful message to the marketplace, but one of the reasons why there is no enforcement mechanism is because the united states congress would
never accept one. so it has to be voluntary. a lot of nations resent that, but we have accepted that because we believe it's going to move the marketplace, and already you see countless new technologies, a lot of jobs being created, and i think it's going to produce its own form of oversight. >> what is he talking about? what an oath. he makes all that ketchup he inherited seem nimble. so why does this client's party seem mowed down? the liberal reply is always this: we can chew gum and walk at the same time, meaning we can tackle climate change and terror. but where is the proof? forget walking and chewing gum, obama's climatism is like walking a tight corner while texting leo about the weather. we're not cheering, we're
screaming. so the person that tweeted out that cheering, miranda johnson, i think she works at "the economist" which is a magazine. tweeted out that video, then it was deleted, now they're claiming that wasn't in the media, but it was in the observer room. i don't know who would be in the observer room but the media, but maybe it was a bunch of people hanging out. >> whoever it was, they were quite excited. if you go to paris to work on the climate agreement or to observe it, that means you have some stake in it. >> there's the marketplace. >> actually, that is the marketplace. >> even if you're a journalist, you become vested, right, with an interest, and also it could have been that they were being told it was over so they could go party. did you ever think of that? >> that could be. they were bored to tears, like we are, eric, when we listen to this stuff. >> i'm not bored.
it's not legal, it's not binding. >> it's a handshake. >> they want 50% of the population to agree to climate share. they decided if the $430 million a year that we, the united states, gives poor nations to help them with their climate change, we're going to double that over the next 60 years for hanging out. i also empower the eta. it is probably the most in sense sieve team in america. all these rules and regular lasz on cars, trukz hundreds of billions of dollars annually. >> it's a balanced.
>> let's call this a month of terror. teng this is there kleinry has oz trz -- they changsd the language and lats sentence so big plurts can get away with it and not have to comply to this type of spifbs. pulled one over on us! head in the clouds! >> and one other important clakz, he sbeded the eric heinz you're an expert on this.
>> i know these things. you know your connedments. >> reporter: wait a minute, wait skl that it's nothing. if it were enforcement, you would complain that lfs probably enforceme enforcement. . i'm paying attention to how the republicans are lasting. this is a chinese hope it in physical. >> i never said sued owed. we need a commander in chief instead of a meteorologist and chief, right, right, right? the u.s. is not the planet, so
what we do is really matter nl kois i can's. it's like half or had 2 percent of renz. you have 200 world leaders saying this was a positive step sichlt. it's about terror. for example, let's taift tht thaflt. fearing kind of a public relations backlash, no one in the government was allowed to fimd. this happened before there was jeh johnson, it might have been janet napolitano. t t
the, increase in selfies over auto 508. for felt pult. this is what isis wants. what isis wants is for us not to be paying attention. there is not an employer in the world who doesn't take a look at someone's social media posts that the point before you hire them. there is not anyone you date that you don't at least google or try to look on their facebook or twitter pages to get a sense of the person. obviously, this is a problem, and i do think our bureaucracy and our laws are not keeping pace. if our bureaukrats that i think a good person. you cannot look at tashfeen malik's facebook page because you might hurt her feelings,
that's a problem. >> political correctness has opened the door to her death. it really has. >> i think what they said, and i could be wrong on this, was that they couldn't look at her private direct messages to someone else. they could look at her public postings. but remember the you know, we vet these people very carefully. she was posting, i believe she was ing. system. >> if you're coming out on a k1-van run because only. it was 10,000 a month for the syrian refugees. >> shouldn't they all have the same price tag?
>> i don't know, but i think it's terrible they don't look at the social media. a lot of kids, when they're teenagers, they say a lot of stuff on social media and boys and girls. >> employers like to look at that stuff, butt buchl say you should look. >> what is this serious privacy concern with balance on national securi security. >> i'm just saying here in the united states nitsd. >> in wanting to be a jahid announcement that they said she was tibl, and the flavor, and if they can't catch that, what
would be missing? what if if. maybe i should go out on my own and do a little digging, and they find something and they bring it to the attention of authorities. is that person now in trouble? what the department of homeland security needs to clear it up immediately. >> the government is no different than the neighbor next door in san bernardino. >> abide by political correctness and the fear of never being in the appropriate right frame of mind to look at somebody to evaluate. corporations are people doing really bad things or like the irs. you have to be able to have people come forward and to reveal and live in the truth to say, this is what's going on. otherwise we can't protect ourselves and be safe.
document fmt. scoping out someone's facebook page? it's ridiculous. >> it's far easier to have an increase in celsius after 20 years of pause. >> and to do so in 1999. ted cruz has managed to stay out of the line of fire in donald trump's campaign trail, but things are changing. cruz is climbing. that's ahead. what super poligrip does for me is it keeps the food out. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. just a few dabs is clinically proven to seal out more food particles. super poligrip is part of my life now. oh no... (under his breath)
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the iowa caucuses are just seven weeks away and the new polls are showing just how tight this race has become. a fox poll has ted cruz leading the way 10 points over donald trump. in a national poll, trump is also on top, but cruz has risen to second place. trump and cruz have had a friendly relationship so far this campaign season, but now that the senator has creeped up on him in the polls, things appear to be changing. >> you look at the way he's dealt with the senate where he goes in there like -- frankly, like a little bit of a maniac. you're never going to get things done that way. >> so here's what happened. cruz hits back on that comment
by tweeting this scene from "flashdance." ♪ she's a maniac on the floor ♪ and she's dancing like she's never danced before ♪ >> that's a good one. great movie, great song and great move. do you think that was fair, dana? >> it would have only been better if they had superimposed ted cruz's face on the dancer. many all over the country are wondering, why is this funny? remember i had an analogy up to now that people have been window shopping. there's three or four candidates i might try on when it gets a little bit closer. they might take dresses into the dressing room to try them on for size and the polls might be tightening up a little bit and not set in stone, but tomorrow night is the same debate since the paris attacks, so i think a lot of people will be paying
attention. number one issue right now is foreign policy and national security. >> eric, do you like this interplay back and forth? >> "us weekly" said it's over. >> cruz did it in a fun way. every time there was an issue with one of the other candidates and they fought back in a hard way, then trump would go back at them and they would go at it. but, you know, i hear you talking about the quinnipac poll and the fox poll. >> would you like to? >> there's no creeping or crept up on that one. trump is 41% and cruz is 14 and rubio at 10 and everyone else is 5 and under. if you look at that one, it is, it's getting down to like a
three-person race, cruz, trump and rubio. >> they'll get back to the paris attacks and san bernardino. this is what's on their mind. >> you look inside the numbers, and what strikes me is that two candidates, ben carson, rand paul really have fallen off the table. why? because people are focused on terror and foreign affairs, and they see ben carson as not really prepared to take on the fight. what interests me is you guys are really glossing over -- you're being so nice to these candidates. he says trump has no judgment, not someone he would trust with a bomb. it caused trump to come back and say, hey, he's a maniac. it causes him to put down
others. he'll never get anything done. so the fight is on, brother. this is republican on republican. >> you sound kind of excited. >> i think it's interesting. >> maniac. she's a maniac? >> i was looking and ted cruz never had a shape like that. >> i didn't know you were looking so closely. >> you told me you liked it. >> obviously what's funny is trump calling someone a maniac. that's like chris christie making fun of somebody's weight. there is something here people are overlooking and that is that the reason to be upset about cruz is when he said a lot of ev evhe have -- evangelicals come from
cuba. you go after his criticism of the nsa. he backed the rand stand, and trump has always been fairly consistent about security. he should go after cruz. cruz, therefore, can go after trump, but just remember, there is nothing more establishment than paying for something or forcing americans to pay for something they don't want, which is annett kno ethanol subsidy. cruz, to his credit, is going into iowa and saying that an ethanol subsidy is wrong, and it's gutsy, in my opinion, and it's anti-establishment. if you're for an ethanol subs y subsidy, you're anti-establishment. >> it's interesting, though,
other than those three, everyone seems to be falling off the face of the earth. >> but then again, if you look at the election among the general population, rubio is the only one who beats hillary. that's the super bowl. >> ben carson. >> carson, too? i stand corrected. or sit. >> but they're all up. for all that happened last week, trump is up four points, right, in the polls. cruz is up 12 so he's a candidate of the moment. everybody is talking cruz and talking about how he's using psychological techniques to identify voters. >> that's interesting because cruz came out against the nsa but bought the information from facebook of millions of people to figure out how to win an election, so it's okay to use people's personal information to win an election but not to protect them from terror. >> i think all campaigns are -- the one who did it most
effectively was president clinton and basically wiped hillary clinton off the map. there is some skepticism. if you look at the piece, national review this week, she did a whole piece on the polling. the polling is hard. we know that from the last several elections that often the polls don't end up being what you have on that night. so, for example, when president obama was shocked that in 2014 the republicans were able to sweep in the midterm elections, they weren't expecting it, but that's because a lot of the data happens under the radar. >> i think that was a good analogy. when "the five" returns, we're going to las vegas at a look at tomorrow night's presidential debate. cruz is on-site. next. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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presidential debate of the year is tomorrow in vegas. and we want to go now to campaign carl who is there. this is like his thing, he loves it. carl, we're glad you could join us. we're going to take it by the horns here. this is the first debate since the san bernardino and paris attacks. concerns about terrorism have risen to the top with at least all republicans around the country. do you anticipate anything at all in this debate? >> as you point out, it's also the last one of the year, and we ran into the holidays with family issues and political ones, so this is the last issue for the candidates to really leave an imprint with the voters until after the holidays and it's full on with attack ads and pretty much seven-day-a-week ads with the campaigns. there has been back and forth with rubio and cruz, and rubio
suggesting over the weekend in some cases mr. cruz, in rubio's view, has tended towards a more isolationist view. that cruz-rubio battle will be seen tomorrow night. cruz is ascending in the polls. he's leading in the polls in iowa, which means donald trump will have to deal with him. cruz has been careful not to take the bait and even tweeted back, i'm a man yiac for your love, after the criticism of trump. the other thing to watch for is that chris christie will weigh in heavily on national security. he has surged in the polls in the primary state. we're seven weeks away from the caucus. he has not been on the debate stage in the last event, so he's back now on the top tier stage. this will be an opportunity to get back into contention with those other candidates. again, on the subject of the polls, trump is clearly winning on the subject of the polls but it is the local iowa, new
hampshire and nevada polls that matter most, and they are notoriously fickle. there had been at least four frontrunners in 2012 before they finally arrived on nick santorum who was quick to say they got the last three days of his vote in the campaign itself. >> i just have a quick question. can you ask marco rubio to pipe down? i could barely hear you, carl. i could barely hear you. >> dhs hthis is his hometown. >> you sound like you could work for npr. we're going to go to eric bolling next. >> carl, i'm curious the last couple days, the last couple weeks, it seems the candidates have aimed their guns at marco rubio. why is that? even more than donald trump and the surging ted cruz. >> well, it's timing. marco rubio's campaign, and he purposely has been student arrius in trying not to get too much attention. he wants to be within striking
distance of the lead, he wants to be poised, but frankly do not look for marco rubio to engage particularly aggressively. if attacked, he'll counter-fight, but rubio wants to get his momentum in three weeks. he wants to get it in january, not now. and they're already promoting the idea in the rubio camp that cruz is speaking too soon and witness what happens tomorrow night if he continues to get incoming not only from marco rubio but donald trump. rand paul is taking some shots. center stage will remain donald trump's position, but cruz will be right next to him and face the incoming. >> he's surging in a lot of the polls, but a lot of people are pushing back, where has he been in iowa? hasn't spent a lot of time there. how come? >> he says he's running a national campaign and trying to cover all the southern state
bases as well as go to new hampshire. here in nevada, the turnout in the nevada caucuses in 2012 was about 75 votes total. it's a very small pool here and the rubio family has roots here. he likes to say he has more he relatives here than he has in south florida. he's getting the attention because cruz recognizes that rubio is going to try to ferment a fire underneath cruz and try to burn him up before the middle of january. peaking at the right time is now the name of the game. we're within seven weeks of the iowa caucuses, and really getting momentum after new year's is what people are watching for to potentially win iowa and continue on with victories after that. >> so, carl, what are you sensing in terms of just enthusiasm about this debate, the word out on the street and behind the scenes that people are fired up about it, that it will be kind of a big moment for one of these candidates? >> the republican electorate wants to win. they want to win the white
house, they want to keep the senate majority, they want to keep the house, they want to keep 75 governors. they see a great opportunity here. every single time in the primary process, first it's, who is your favorite republican or who is your favorite democrat? but everyone starts to think who can win in the general election right after new year's. >> carl, this weekend i can't go anywhere without saying, a broker convention among republicans? wow. and then trump saying, you know, i wouldn't hang around. and carson said, i would get out, too. so how does that impact, you know, what's going to go on in vegas. this is all talk about third-party candidacies and broken conventions. >> well, i think that the republican party and the participants of that particular dinner have knocked down some of the reporting that suggested this was a secret meeting or some sort of conspiracy by the washington establishment to block carson or some outside
candidate. it wasn't the case. it was a republican meeting of power brokers and they were shooting the breeze about a variety of things. for a brief moment they talked about a contestant. when you have 14 candidates, half of the states are delegates, which means no one is a winner take all until after march 15 of this process. it is not out of the question that they could arrive at the first ballot on the convention floor, and no candidate would win a majority. so they would have another ballot. that's not uncommon. more often than not, there is a unanimous vote by acclimation for a predetermined nominee who clinched it with the delegates, but if that doesn't happen, it's a contention. it's based on caucus and primary voting. >> the democrats in 2008 had the same discussion in which they thought hillary and obama were going to take it down to the wire. ahead, she's trying to give
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he's up a notch using jalen kim in brooklyn has banned parents and teachers from explicitly mentioning christmas and santa claus at school functions, and thanksgiving, she refers to that holiday and she wants that to be referred to, i'm sorry, as a harvest festival. the pledge of allegiance is banned, too. the pta's president was on "fox & friends" this morning sharing the outrage of parents. >> we don't understand. we're trying to figure it out. we are in america. we're supposed to be proud of where we are. we have all these immigrants coming into our schools. we understand their beliefs, but
we are in america. we're supposed to keep the american dream alive. >> now, k. g., you're fired up on this one. >> look, this is terrible. why do you have to ruin everything for children? it's so mean. what is the the problem with santa and kwanza. everyone can celebrate everything. this is public school. what is she doing? why is she still there? >> she painted over murals, she's changing the school completely. >> she is my hero. >> you outlaw christmas and only outlaws will have christmas. is that how it goes? this solves the assimilation problem. when people come to america, there is nothing to assimilate to because we're getting rid of all our values. i wonder if they can focus on getting better teachers or helping students instead of focusing on this. we are so careful in this country not to offend a set of
ideas called islam. we can't offend, we don't want to have any backlashes but islam is a set of ideas. but you can target just about anything else because they're not protected by the brkha intelligence. >> this is outrageous. let the kids have a christmas. >> you could learn about everything. you could learn about hanukkah, kwanza -- >> if you really want to educate, then just have a holiday a day through the holidays. >> someone should investigate her social media pages. >> let me guess. you're in favor of this. >> no, i'm in favor of helping kids. what i read was 95% of the kids at the school are asian or hispanic. so i paid attention when they had the mom on "fox & friends" because that's an asian woman. i think most of the hispanics, not only are they chris khristikhri --
christian, but they're catholic. she's trying to be sensitive to the kids, but i think if she really checked, the kids would not be in favor of doing away with christmas in order to make them more comfortable. they would be like, let's do christmas. >> you know what, she's an egomaniac, because it's about her personal beliefs at the expense of everyone else. >> but isn't it the case that wupt to make sure -- by the way, greg, i thought you were wrong. it's jewish kids initially that were put on the defensive, hey, what's all this christian celebration in a public school? it's not muslim kids. >> i never said muslim kids. >> yes, you did. >> i said we live in a current climate where we're afraid of a set of ideas. >> and maybe she's using the environment rich for eliminating christmas or holidays from anything public. >> so how does the christmas spirit hurt kids?
i'd like to know that. a group of children sang christmas songs on "fox & friends" this morning, including the remarkable 14-year-old bobby hill who sang for the pope in september, and it was amazing. ♪ ♪ >> like it? >> i love it. it's joy, it's talent, everybody coming together for a holiday. watching our children perform really can get you in the holiday spirit. >> i take it this teacher, this principal, wouldn't let bobby hill sing at ps-169? >> so rif rudolph the red-nosed
reindeer came to ps-169, she would have a problem. santa is a skeptical figure, i guess, but i associate him with christmas. >> and he is a publicly accepted figure in the public schools. >> is it just me or when kids sing, i think of horror movies? >> oh, no. >> every scary horror movie, there are like twins and they're singing. ♪ rain, rain, go away >> don't let him be a principal anywhere. have you ever thought of the the star of darth vader. he's managed to twist his story line from good and evil to one of black and white. his story up next.
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its release, fans are trying to put a damper on the opening accusing it of being racist? here's the theory on one of the iconic characters. >> i could spend the whole day talking about the darth vader situation -- >> you could? >> yeah, the part where he was totally a black guy whose name basically was james earl jones, but while efhe was black, he wa terrible and bad and awful and used to cut off white men's hands and didn't really claim his son, but as soon as he claimed his son, he went over to the good. i have many, many feelings about that. >> when you take off your mask, are you black? >> sometimes. did you notice what was behind her? a sea of white storm troopers. how does she explain that? those guys were not good guys, if i remember. what you're seeing is a culmination of decades of academic deconstruction.
if you go on academia, you can see the intent whether it's books, articles or movies, and this is perpetuated. she has no job skills except to call these things out from other people who are really talented who make movies or books. this is what she does. ifxiety in the year of terror, what anxieties does she have? >> she teaches, and think of your children being taught by someone who has that much deep-seated animosity, looking to perpetuate a wider and wider race divide. >> let me just say, people of color in america do have racial paranoia, so i understand that, but i just thought that was the wildest theory, katey. i didn't get it because, in fact, she's even saying james earl jones. why did they pick a black boy? james earl jones?
that was great. >> it was great. there's something seriously wrong. every time i look and see the logo msnbc and she's actually anchoring there, it's kind of bizarre. her therapist definitely has job security. that's all this week. we'll have more next week. >> it's an interesting theory of hers. obviously, don't share it. the whole thing of "star wars" is the battle of good versus evil. but i don't think george lucas, or j.j. abrams who is the director of the old movie, and j.j. abrams was featurednight o said there is a lot more diversity in the cast than there has been in the past. >> who played darth vader? >> a guy named david krause. >> he's british. >> yes. >> so if this is an immigration story, david krause was the
bodybuilder from "clockwork orange." >> they haven't given him credit and there is a white actor in darth vader. >> who cares, he's in costume. >> what about you, chewbacca? >> whose hairy father is that? >> i think you're the only one at this table who has seen a "star wars" movie. >> no, i've seen, all of them, obviously the new ones. >> i'm the only one who has.
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there is some news out today that we didn't get to in the show but i wanted to mention it. the u.s. army said today that sergeant beo bergdahl will be forwarded to the general martial court proceedings. if convicted, he could get life in prison on his misbehavior charge and up to five years of desertion. he also could be dishonorably discharged, reduced in rank and made to forfeit all pay. i asked one of the platoon leaders if he ever had any doubt that this step would be taken, and he said, yes, because the officer overseeing the military equipment of the grand jury
recommended the case go to a lesser misdemeanor type of cart martial, and that only had a maximum sentence of one year, so the commanding general essentially overruled that officer, and now sergeant bergdahl faces a max of life in prison. >> all right. k. g.? >> talking about wonderful veterans and people who serve this country honorably and faithfully the volunteers faced nearly 244,000 wreaths on graves at arlington cemetary. remember we talked about how they were a little short of wreaths got them. it's called wreaths across america, and over 1700 volunteers helped place the wreaths on saturday, which is really incredible. god bless them for what they did. >> eric? >> the 2015 heisman trophy was awarded on saturday night. this is probably the youngest recipient i've ever seen, rushed for 200 yards, alabama's awesome
running back, derrick henry, rushed for over 200 yards. not only that, what a guy. >> god is everything and always keep him first. always pray. don't be afraid to pray, he'll hear you cry. if you have dreams, chase them. if you believe it, you can achieve it. god will be there every step of the way. i'm a living testament. >> keep it straight, young man. good job. >> and a good role model. wonderful. >> we need more players like him. great secrets to happiness! >> you know, i always wonder, when you see people sitting in restaurants, do you sit across from somebody, your wife or spouse? or do you sit next to them? i've always been interested in what brings more happiness. i think i found the answer with this young couple who are eating
together. apparently if you sit side by side, it's far easier for you to share your food unless, of course, it gets a little ugly and you can't give up the last part and then it turns into some kind of weird, perverse act. okay! >> was that you on the right side? so last weekend it was off to the white house for the white house christmas party, so here are some pictures i brought back. >> did you go? you were invited? >> of course, he was. >> with my wife elise in front of the christmas tree. bret baier with his friend paul. i got in an awkward situation where the waiter spilled something on him. then there's tess. there's president obama and the first lady. everybody gets in there. i'm sure chris asked for an
intervi interview. i went into the white house library and there was one of my books on the shelf. >> that is the most creative book promotion i have ever seen! the politics and optics of terrorism. president obama says he's hitting isis harder than ever. his critics asked, is he really? and if so, what took so long? this is "special report." good evening, welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. president obama has a message for isis terror leaders: you're next. president obama talked about the terror issues. his terrorist campaign comes after several attempts to calm fears in the country after